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The Chocolate Bible by Christine McFadden and Christine France

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  • ISBN 10 0754824411
  • ISBN 13 9780754824411
  • Published Sep 01 2011
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 264
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Anness Publishing
  • Imprint Lorenz Books

Publishers Text

From Genesis to Nemesis, this title explores the light and dark side of the world's best-loved ingredient. This is a wonderful guide to the irresistible world of chocolate, with 700 specially-taken photographs in indulgent colour. It offers over 200 recipes from around the world, from Tiramisu to Chocolate Fudge Sundae, from Mexican Hot Chocolate to Chocolate Profiteroles, from Low Fat Brownies to Devilish Chocolate Roulade, and from Chocolate Truffles to Magic Chocolate Mud Pudding. It provides everything you need to know about chocolate: how to choose it; melt it; cook with it in every way; drink it; and, above all, enjoy it. Historical facts and fascinating anecdotes from around the world describe the humble cocoa bean, where it comes from, and how it is transformed into a wide range of products. Indulge yourself with this sumptuous book of all things chocolate. The introduction outlines the history of chocolate-making and consumption around the world and step-by-step techniques show you how to temper, melt, drizzle, pipe, marble, curl, scroll, coat, grate and decorate with chocolate. The recipe section features 200 mouth-watering chocolate recipes for teatime treats, cakes, desserts, tarts, ices and sauces, including a sophisticated French Chocolate Cake, a light Chocolate Chip and Banana Pudding, plus scrumptious drinks such as Mexican Hot Chocolate. This luxurious volume is indeed the definitive reference for chocolate lovers.

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